piątek, 27 sierpnia 2010


1. Go to one of these list sites:

2. Go to your blogger dashboard.
3. Near the bottom, there's a panel called "Reading list." K1ick add.
4. Enter the blog urls from the list above (this is much faster than "following" each one.)
5. Go back to the list and open each blog (Protip: If you click you mouse wheel, each opens in a new tab)
6. On the first one, be sure to click your own little profile square to add an "image" and "link" (makes it easier for everyone).
7. K1ick an ad and close the page. The more blogs you click the more clicks you get in return.
8. Do it again tomorrow, or every other day..
9. Add your blog to the comments section of the lists above.
10. Update you own blog every once in a while, nothing that'll send up a red flag to Google (Ad$ence will b& if your click/views ratio is too high, so run your auto-refre$her. This will mean less money, but it's safer.)

Remember, only link to one site with your ads on it. You want unique k1icx, not duplicates. On the first day, I got 20 honest k1icx, or ~$10. You can boost this number up with SEO (google it). Basically, you pick a nice keyword and spam it all over your blog (Put it in the url, title, posts, tags, meta, image titles, alt-text to the images, and content. If necessary, steal content from other blogs). Generate Ad$ense code targeted to this keyword. Ad$ense pays out every $10.

Also, the best blogs to follow are the ones with few followers.

Also, you should place your ad code 3x on your site to have the best ratio.

IMPORTANT: Keep your list of blogs on your site and update it from the comments. Keep it short. It's possible to get 500 followers, but you can't click that many at day. As long as you are loyal to your list, they will be loyal to you.


Ok, time for some posting.

Do you know what Rickrolling is? No? Well, read on!

Rickrolling is an Internet meme typically involving the music video for the 1987 Rick Astley song "Never Gonna Give You Up". The meme is a bait and switch: a person provides a hyperlink that they claim is relevant to the topic at hand, but the link actually takes the user to the Astley video. The link can be masked or obfuscated in some manner so that the user cannot determine the true destination of the link without clicking. When a person clicks on the link and is led to the web page, he or she is said to have been "rickrolled". Rickrolling has extended beyond web links to playing the video or song disruptively in other situations, including public places; this culminated when Astley and the song made a surprise appearance in the 2008 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, a televised event with tens of millions of viewers.

Now you know. Go and rickroll some friends! Also, you shall become a newfag. Lowest creature ever. But you'll be on the right road in /b/coming someone.

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